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Ford Truck News For Alberta Canada
Pick-up fans, rejoice: the 2022 Ford Ranger Raptor has been spied… and critics believe that it will soon make its way to the North American sales chart. 

According to Motor One, the 2022 Ranger Raptor was recently seen driving through Colorado. Though heavily camouflaged, this platform still presented the tell-tale signs of a next-gen beast - delivering the signature dual-exhaust outlets and raised suspension. All-season tires were spotted, shredding a path through the dirt; while a revised rear axle was glimpsed, along with a new front grille. The square profile and compact bed further lent credibility to the rumour that this would serve as Canada's introduction to Ford’s leading compact (which, until now, has been reserved for international audiences, as shown in the video below).


Motor One was also quick to note that the Ranger Raptor was hauling a sizable trailer during its Colorado test-run. No exact payload measurements were provided, but most anticipate that it will exceed the current model’s 3,500 pounds. This will ensure superior power on the backroads, allowing Alberta drivers to haul every ATV item with ease. 

Curious about the 2022 Ranger Raptor? Contact our team today to learn more about this Ford platform - including potential production schedules and North American release dates. 
June ends with hot weather and exciting news. Critics are abuzz with the rumour that Ford will debut a fresh engine suite for the 2022 Ranger Raptor - one that would deliver class-leading performance with each press of the pedal.

According to Muscle Cars and Trucks, the much-envied Ranger Raptor (which has only been available in limited international markets) should come to North America for the 2022 sales year… and it may bring a new engine with it. A 3.0L V6 should replace the current four-cylinder option; and its use of twin-turbo technology, along with a ten-speed automatic transmission, could yield impressive capability. Estimated power ratios extend up to 400 HP and 415 lb.-ft of torque (shattering the current 210 HP and 390 lb.-ft of torque); while the rumoured 9.5:1 compression output promises smooth sequencing. 

The 2022 Ranger Raptor will redefine the mid-size market - offering the dynamic handling Alberta drivers crave. Bolstered by direct-acting mechanical bucket valves and a sturdy cast-aluminum design, this truck will ensure maximum performance.

Want to see what the backroad experience could look like? Check out the video below!


To share your thoughts about the 2022 Ranger Raptor and its 3.6L engine contact us today.
new ford ranger truck for sale alberta canadaIs hybrid performance coming to the mid-size market? Alberta critics are holding their collective breath, hoping that rumours (for once) prove true. 

According to Motor One, Ford is considering a new hybrid vehicle: the 2022 Ranger. Recent spy-photos from the brand’s Australian testing grounds (along with a series of leaked spec publications) hint at the arrival of an electric pick-up option - one that could potentially make its way to North America. Details are scarce, but the few that have been gleaned by critics promise dynamic performance.

The 2022 Ranger will - if rumours are to be believed - boast a 2.3L turbocharged engine. While this four-cylinder option will deliver potent power on its own, critics are most intrigued by the possibility of a supplemental electric motor - which will raise the total performance output to 372 HP and 502 lb.-ft of torque (compare this to the model’s current 270 HP and 310 lb.-ft of torque). A plug-in port will anchor the side, enabling drivers to quickly charge the system; and a pure EV range of more than 16 kilometres is anticipated.

Ford has yet to officially add the 2022 Ranger hybrid to its production schedule - but Alberta critics are certain this platform will make an appearance in the coming years.

What do you think about this pick-up possibility? Share your opinions with our team today!